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Hello there, welcome to the first episode of Celluloid Days, my new podcast of film and film history. I’m hoping this show is a bit different as I enjoy research and I plan to use my curiosity to make things interesting. You see, this show isn’t just for the listener, but for me as well, to grow and learn, to explore films, and filmmakers.
 
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Celluloid Stage

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Celluloid Stage

Green Buffalo Productions

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Do you love movies, musical theatre, and cultural musings? You’ve come to the right place! Celluloid Stage is a new podcast by Green Buffalo Productions (GBP) that discusses the adaptation of stories across multiple mediums. Hosts Zack and Ellen utilize their knowledge of theatre and film to tackle questions such as… What’s the best way to tell stories? How do we update old stories for new audiences? Most importantly, how does their weekly guest feel about their favorite movie, play, or musi ...
 
Want to be entertained throughout the week? The Fat Guys Network is here to provide you with hours of weekly programming that will wrap around you like a warm, fleshy Snuggie. Get movie reviews on Fridays, television talk on Mondays, DVD and Blu-ray picks on Tuesday, off-beat and offensive comedy on Wednesday and movie discussion throughout the weekends, all with an irreverent silliness with plenty of humor and fun. From the flagship show Fat Guys at the Movies to newer podcasts like OSNAP! ...
 
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Taking Chances

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Taking Chances

Anupama Bhalla & Soela Joshi

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Life’s greatest lessons come when we shift our focus out of our comfort zone. We grow tremendously when we take the road less travelled, creating our own trail, and freeing ourselves from the “what ifs”! Our podcast is a candid conversation with creators, business leaders, entrepreneurs, sport heroes and celluloid icons who have dared to take chances, followed their dreams, risked it all, believed in themselves, made mistakes, started over and found success and happiness . This podcast is ou ...
 
Satisfy your celluloid addiction with the "Cinema Junkie" podcast, where you can mainline film 24/7. This film and entertainment series is run by KPBS Film Critic Beth Accomando. So if you need a film fix, want to hear what filmmakers have to say about their work, or just want to know what's worth seeing this weekend, then you've come to the right place.
 
A podcast that is practically all about MOVIES! Cinema, films, celluloid, digital, whatever you want to call it. Jack and Andrew are the hosts, and we talk about new movies, classics, cult work, things we've seen and have never seen, special segments about directors and styles and trends, and 'Required Reading' which is about movie books. And the "Local Vocal" series gives you in-depth interviews with NYC/NJ based filmmakers, actors, artists and musicians.
 
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Celluloid Heroes

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Celluloid Heroes

Sean Shapiro & Steven Fine

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A show that champions the film world and professes that movies are still very much alive. Co-hosts and movie nerds Sean Shapiro and Steven Fine first review and discuss a new movie. Then we weave a thematic thread through time to connect the new movie with older movies to give us a chance to discuss movies from the past that we love or have yet to see.
 
CINE ENTERTAINMENT TALK ist der zweiwöchentlich erscheinende Podcast des Entertainment Blog rund um das Thema Film und Fernsehen mit Schwerpunkt auf Action- und Genre-Produktionen von den 80ern bis heute. Seit 2015 haben wir eine Vielzahl an Episoden mit meist über zwei Stunden Laufzeit sowie zahlreiche weitere Specials produziert. Thematisch ist (fast) nichts vor uns sicher. Bis dato haben wir u.a. Tribute an Meisterregisseure wie Wes Craven, Richard Donner und George A. Romero oder die Vit ...
 
Keep or Delete is the ultimate benchmark of celluloid judgement. Here we dig into the history of cinema, hand pick a number of films and put them on trial. Whether they are beloved cult classics, controversial features or highly praised blockbusters, everything and anything qualifies for cross examination.
 
VCinema is a cult film review podcast which looks to take a close look at obscure and slightly forgotten movies from the past. Asian cinema, Italian genre fare or anything else that takes our interest. Coffin Jon and Josh hope to entertain as well as inform their audience!
 
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Check Frame

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Check Frame

Joshua James & Tiernan O'Rourke

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Joshua James & Tiernan O'Rourke dig deep into the darkest caverns of film and television to bring you colorful discussions and heated arguments based on their findings. Join them on their quest as they tear through mountains of celluloid searching for the weird, the obscure, the truly unimaginable!
 
World-renowned Australian cinematographer Dion Beebe (Memoirs of a Geisha, Collateral,Chicago) discusses the transition from celluloid to digital filmmaking, as debated in SFF's International Documentaries selection Side by Side, in which he is interviewed. Beebe also shot The Zen of Bennett, directed by Unjoo Moon, which screened in SFF's Sounds on Screen.
 
We analyze every unspeakable 6 minutes and 66 seconds of the 1968 horror masterpiece. (Includes The Shining 2:37) AV CLUB: "The guests are in fact stellar…Kruglnska does a wonderful job of steering this ship..." NEW YORK TIMES: "This podcast offers the deepest of dives." THE CELLULOID VOID: "...a truly fantastic podcast..."
 
A Bi-weekly podcast focused on film. We cover the latest in releases and give our thoughts, feelings, and prejudices regarding those releases. Although for us some of these releases are akin to the release of a particularly foul bowel movement. If that hasn't turned you off then perhaps you should have a listen to our melancholy waffling about the modern art of celluloid. Please check us out here on Spreaker or follow this link to our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCezH22Y ...
 
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Eyes In The Dark

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Eyes In The Dark

Stuff & Things Podcast Network

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Six eyes in one big, dark room. What exactly are they watching? Horror films of course! Horror films often get a bad wrap in the industry. We set out to answer a simple question: Are horror movies the bastard child of hollywood films? We set out to disprove (or in some cases, prove) that thought. Who are “we”? Chewie (co-host of “Stuff&Things” and “Four Color Commentary”) is a blood-chugging, plague-ridden creature that just won’t die. Evan is the fabled beast from the darkest recesses of a ...
 
Matt, Jack, and Jon are three eloquent young gents from the East. Join them as they philosophize, externalize, and harmonize on the most pressing subjects of the modern age. Actually, we mostly just talk about movies and current events, but the presentation is what counts, right? We're in trouble.
 
You've heard of the Strictly curse. Well, now it's time to hear The Curse of Strictly! Join the Guardian's Julia Raeside and Marc Haynes (host of Wrestle Me! and The The One Show Show podcast) as they take you and their special guests for a frantic waltz through the new series of the BBC's family spectacular Strictly Come Dancing. With all the freedom that unofficial status brings, they'll be taking to the dancefloor twice a week to sift the grit from the glitter on the nation's favourite te ...
 
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Murder! Genetic Monstrosities! Adultery! Chickens! No, seriously lots of chickens. More chickens per minute than any other giallo in history. Anna's husband has a strange hobby, murdering prostitutes in a roadside hotel. She doesn't notice because she's too busy trying to breed the world's first boneless chicken. Her cousin, and secretary, Gabriell…
 
Mike and Jesse discuss the 2013 comedy horror film Knights of Badassdom. Starring Ryan Kwanten, Steve Zahn, Peter Dinklage and Summer Glau. Leave us a message at https://speakpipe.com/cdfpod Get your CDFPod merch at https://cdfpodmerch.com Our theme music was composed by CollinDomo AKA Chunky Krill. Find more of his work at soundcloud.com/chunky-kr…
 
In the fourth episode of Season Two, The Celluloids discuss 1973’s “Soylent Green”, starring Charlton Heston, Edward G. Robinson, Chuck Connors, and Joseph Cotten. The guys talk over the themes of loss and friendship, and how love makes life worth living in the most dire of circumstances. Join us for an uncharacteristically serious episode. Find Th…
 
Because we at the esteemed Wages of Cinema podcast are all about having the most timely and topical of uh topics, we just watched the new FIRESTARTER (cue up Prodigy song maybe you remember if you're under 30- but not older than 54), the new movie that is burning up the box office charts! And by burning up, we mean that they burned up their entire …
 
Our guest today is Anand Chakravarthy – Co founder of Eleves who thrives working with young brands and businesses; helping them setup, scale up and succeed. Anand has been recognized by Impact magazine as amongst the Top 100 digital marketers in India. In this episode Anand talks about his journey from corporate leadership to entrepreneurial chaos.…
 
This Week: Kevin starts things off with a look at new Spinal Tap news as well as the moronic complaint some have about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Then, he looks at new trailers for Crimes of the Future and Avatar: The Way of Water. Next, he reviews Firestarter, Operation Mincemeat, Senior Year, The Essex Serpent and The Kids in th…
 
Caleb Cotton gets more than he bargained for when a little bite on the neck gives him a fatal allergy to the sun. Forced to join an undead band of criminals as they leave a trail of crashed vehicles, burned out buildings, and broken bodies across the American Southwest, Caleb struggles to retain his humanity. Told he must kill within one week or th…
 
Andre Jackson is one of the most content, easy going people I know… like a Sunday morning.This man, along with my brother, Aaron, enlightened me to the artist Prince. And 'Dre turned me on to dance music, hip-hop, soul, funk... I used to be a "disco sucks" eunuch; 'Dre is a major part of the cure.We touched on some of the stories he has of the moun…
 
Nachdem wir zuletzt das Filmjahr 1981 betrachtet haben, reisen wir diesmal ausnahmsweise wieder in die 1970er Jahre zurück und plaudern über das deutsche Kinojahr 1976. Hier war insbesondere das Bahnhofskino und der Exploitation-Film noch ganz groß. So bedient sich zum Beispiel Quentin Tarantino auch heute noch ausgiebig beim Kino der 1970er.Zur da…
 
Is it Animal, Mineral or Vegetable? Is it a Sam Raimi film or a Marvel production? As it is in this universe or another universe or the other one where the fingers typing this are actually sentient poodles, it's a combination of the two. The question of course comes as this: does Marvel Studios, the most successful company currently working within …
 
This Week: Kevin is dragged kicking and screaming into talking about the Johnny Depp / Amber Heard trial, but soon he escapes to talk box office and look at the new trailers for Easter Sunday and Don’t Worry, Darling. Later, he reviews Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, The Twin, Escape the Field, To Mom (and Dad) With Love and Strange Ne…
 
Boot up, kiddos - it's a blast from the past! Cold War agitprop goes full technophobe in TERMINAL ENTRY (1987), which makes WarGames look like kid's stuff. We dive into all the 8-bitty gritty with star & gentleman Patrick Labyorteaux! It's not just an episode, it's a warning...By Up In Your Ear Podcast Network
 
After the death of Josef Stalin the members of his committee plot and scheme to hold on to their positions, win the heart of the Soviet people, and most importantly survive the transition of power. This dark, satirical comedy from Armando Iannucci (Veep, In the Loop) draws some of it's most absurd elements from the historical record. Join Wyndham J…
 
This episode features Steve Augeri. Steve has worked in the field of education for the last 23 years, having begun his career as a public school teacher in the U.S. An interest in life beyond America led him on a series of adventures at international schools in Bangladesh, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, China, and India. Along the way, Steve transitioned o…
 
This Week: Kevin starts things with a look at some Cinemacon news as well as the box office from last weekend. Then, he looks at new trailers for Jurassic World: Dominion and Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris. Later, he reviews Memory, The Offer, Outer Range, Ten Percent and Hard Cell. Finally, he wraps things up with a look at the Home-Cinema Round-Up wit…
 
A satire of pop culture at the turn of the 21st century Josie and the Pussycats flopped hard at the theaters upon it's release. (But the soundtrack went gold!) Host Wyndham Jennings walks you through the surprising origins of the title characters, the impact they had on pop culture, and the troubled development of the film. He then attempts to figu…
 
Tom Graeff was a young man who was as outgoing, energetic, creative, and a born salesman. He also had a love of film. After graduating film school at UCLA, he worked with Roger Corman as his assistant. Soon after, he attempted to write and direct his own low-budget, science fiction movie. He called it, “The Boy from Outer Space”, and then “The Ray …
 
Mit Folge 155 bekommt ihr die erste Ausgabe unserer neu ins Leben gerufenen Action Cult-Reihe vor den Latz geknallt. Da das Action-Brett LAST BOY SCOUT kürzlich sein 30.-jähriges Jubiläum gefeiert hat, haben wir uns gedacht, dass der Streifen der perfekte Startschuss für die Reihe ist.Passend zu dem Buddy-Movie-Knaller von Tony Scott plaudern sich …
 
Mike and Jesse discuss the 2003 sci-fi comedy Evil Alien Conquerors. Starring Diedrich Bader, Chris Parnell, Michael Weston and Tyler Labine. Leave us a message at https://speakpipe.com/cdfpod Get your CDFPod merch at https://cdfpodmerch.com Our theme music was composed by CollinDomo AKA Chunky Krill. Find more of his work at soundcloud.com/chunky-…
 
This Week: Kevin starts off with a look at some dicey news for Warner Bros. and Ezra Miller, as well as a look at the box office. He then looks at new trailers for Lightyear and Thor: Love & Thunder. Later, he reviews The Northman, Polar Bear, Billy the Kid, Doctor Who: Legend of the Sea Devils and Russian Doll: Season 2. Finally, he hits the Home-…
 
Enjoy this [unlocked] episode of Celluloid Stage where Ellen watches Star Wars Episode IV, V, and VI for the first time! Episode Notes Get BONUS episodes of the show becoming a patron for just $1/month: patreon.com/greenbuffaloproductions Follow #CelluloidStage: Twitter @celluloidstage Join our Facebook Group Be a Guest Follow GBP: Twitter @greenbf…
 
Travel down the GOREgon trail for DEVIL RIDER (1991)! Canoodling frenemies fall victim to an immortal cowboy who may or not be Satan himself. Come for the horse screams, stay for Zeb the farmhand (RIP Zeb). Plus the titular Devil Rider visits the class (and won't leave, despite Josh's insistence). In the immortal words of Cosmo Kramer: Giddy up!…
 
Office Space meets Battle Royale in this James Gunn(Slither) and Greg McClean(Wolf Creek) action/horror. The employees of Belko industries find themselves locked inside their office building while a voice over the P.A. informs them they must kill 2 employees in the next two hours or the company will detonate the bombs implanted in their skulls and …
 
In the third episode of season two, The Celluloids discuss the wonder that is “Grizzly 2: Revenge” and the bizarre path it took through its 37 year gestation period. The guys talk about how much screen time should earn top billing, the value of the subtitle “The Devil Bear”, and go through a list of other abandoned films awaiting full completion. J…
 
On This Week's Episode:- P.I. Frank Wednesday interrupts me to tell me he's spying on Det. Rogers in a tree in Thailand. He's disguised as a monkey, there's also another monkey approaching & a venomous cobra joins the party too!- Patricia Pickles is our guest & boy she's upset with me because I've "Casper'd" her for too long! She's the best thing I…
 
In this episode, we talk about the story of a young orphan girl with a magic crystal who is being chased by the military and air pirates. With an orphan boy, they look for the flying castle Laputa, a land that might have the answers to their questions. This is the 1986 animated film Castle in the Sky, a Japanese fantasy adventure film by Hayao Miya…
 
Our guest today is an author, public speaker, culture curator, and inclusion advocate - Parmesh Shahani. He is the author of Queeristan - an award winning book about LGBTQ inclusion in the Indian work space. Parmesh has a career that has spanned academia, media and the corporate world - including founding India’s first youth expression website, edi…
 
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